Interesting Smith has certainly appears to have lost his way on the LFT and, Medusa coming soon doesn't help, nor the fact that they could not carry out the CV in the UK, nor the fiasco of the binned saliva test. The latter is clearly the main product being marketed on the M19 site but with its nil reputation there cannot be many sales.
Now the last chance saloon is the AVA6000, which for some reason has been ignored by a wide range of UK hospitals. If it is a success we will not know about it until well into 2022 if not 2203 knowing Smith's previous wrong targets.
In fact he has never kept to a declared target has he?
RE: Is CEO AS extracting the urine ?14 Sep 2021 16:59
The nomad is the one that ensures all statement are honest and accurate. But in the case of Avacta he has been very liberal, for example, how could the directors have been excited at any time over the last year and shortly, end of Q1, 2 , 3 and 4 and coming soon never happened so the nomad might need to answer and explain some searching questions.
The on-going silence from Wetherby and the never ending falling share price suggests Smith has lost the Covid testing battle completely. Medusa is run by people only experienced in trading clothes. Nobody wants a pro LFT and the long awaited accurate home test is not there yet and the production availability means if your order a box of 20 they are suddenly out of stock. No wonder Government cannot take them seriously.
So it is the cancer front which will drive this company but that will be slow and most likely require more funding before shareholders get a return. Given the history of false targets and promises what can anyone believe.
is a mystery to me the fit to fly PCR at Express Test Gatwick is £59 and the return 2 day one is £69. One for the workplace is £99 and if you want the results in less than 4 hours they all go up by over 50%.
In Abu Dhabi the first one at the airport is free and all others anywhere in the country a is 50 dirhams which is £10.
Tourists for a smallish fee can be vaccinated with all the main vaccines including the boaster.
What is the UK Government playing at?
Time to concentrate on the cancer side of the business only I think.
What an idiot you are I was not talking about shares ffs just the new cancer product that might save lives. Sadly too late for my daughter in law as the cancer has spread virtually throughout her body. But for all future patients hopefully.
It is exciting if it works and that is all I was talking about and certainly not the Covid business as there is nothing relevant to talk about there quite possibly to anyone at all.
I am in Abu Dhabi as my daughter in law is in the advanced stages of cancer throughout her body at the NMC hospital's ITU.
I was able to speakfor a couple of minutes to one of the oncologists and asked if she knew of Avacta's work. She certainly was aware and showed excitement and surprise that I should have asked such a question. She would like the therapy more widely available for testing and for people in the earlier stages of cancer rather than the last chance saloon patients.